by Chris on July 6, 2007

in Chris,GoonSquad,NHL,Old Time Hockey

COLOSPA FOR SALE, I was born in late October of 1974. My father was a life long hockey fan, and is the man that first turned me on to the game. Japan, craiglist, ebay, overseas, paypal, I remember watching games on Saturday afternoon with him; in fact, I can still hear Fred Cusik, saying, “Live, buy COLOSPA online no prescription, from Le Colisee in Quebec. It’s the Bruins and Nordiques next, COLOSPA natural, on WSBK!”

My memories are of Pete Peters, Cam Neely, and Randy Burridge. All the great battles they had when the Montreal rivalry meant something, kjøpe COLOSPA på nett, köpa COLOSPA online, and the wars they had with Quebec and Hartford. Is it just me and Taz, or did these guys have a zillion fights on Saturday afternoon, COLOSPA FOR SALE. It was what Bruins fans loved, COLOSPA no rx, a Saturday afternoon game. Chances are excellent that I sat with my father as he fed me, or laid on the floor while the likes of Sanderson, Orr, COLOSPA cost, and the end of the Big Bad Bruins played in the background. The point I am making is I have been a Bruins fan for almost 33 years, Buy COLOSPA no prescription, and what I am about to say is very, very hard. I can finally admit it out loud. COLOSPA FOR SALE, The Bruins don’t want to be good.

Seriously, buy cheap COLOSPA no rx. I LOVE the Shawn Thornton signing. I really do. What is COLOSPA, He is a big tough sonofabitch, and for those of you that have never seen this kid play, I assure you, you’ll love him, COLOSPA wiki. A guy that really enjoys the role of enforcer, and I think could be the next PJ Stock from a fan perspective, COLOSPA FOR SALE. He’s huge, and addressed a huge issue. COLOSPA results, Toughness. Done. Check. COLOSPA FOR SALE, Now, what is the other issues facing the Black and Gold. They can’t stop pucks, order COLOSPA no prescription. The jury is out on the Manny Fernandez deal. I don’t have any problem with what they gave up for him. COLOSPA duration, A 4th rounder and a decent prospect aren’t bad if it pans out. However, he had his chance to take the reigns when Rollie the goalie was deemed expendable, and it didn’t exactly work out in Minny’s favor, COLOSPA FOR SALE. Granted the guy was hurt, but he’s also 32, and may be in the twilight of his career, order COLOSPA from United States pharmacy. We got a guy like that already, his name is Tim Thomas. Cheap COLOSPA no rx, What does this do for the log jam in goal now. I heard Glenn Murray and Toivonen to Edmonton, but haven’t heard more on that. COLOSPA FOR SALE, Personally, I think trading Toivonen is a mistake. I really think he’s a very good goalie, rx free COLOSPA, and once he’s 100% healed, and playing with confidence (which he should be this fall) he’ll surprise some naysayer’s around here. Where can i cheapest COLOSPA online, If I am wrong, which often happens, I will apologize.

The Bruins also can’t score any goals, comprar en línea COLOSPA, comprar COLOSPA baratos. This is a team that needs offense like I need a life coach. Why not, with six million dollars under the cap, go for Chris Drury, COLOSPA FOR SALE. Daniel Briere would look good in a Bruins uniform, COLOSPA australia, uk, us, usa, hell; even Scott Gomez would have been good. Drury is from New England for Christ sake. He may have wanted to play here. I am making my own point, where can i buy COLOSPA online. COLOSPA FOR SALE, They all want to go where it appears the organization is at least trying to try.

So, the “big name” forwards are all signed. COLOSPA pics, Maybe it’d be a good time to go after Billy Guerin again, or Mike Comrie. Nope. These guys are standing pat with Shawn Thornton, after COLOSPA, and Manny Fernandez.

Another big hole for Boston is the defense, COLOSPA FOR SALE. They have some glaring weakness there, Buy COLOSPA without prescription, and I’m not just talking about the big cone signing from last year. I think they have some very good prospects on the blue line, and signing Alberts was a good move. What isn’t a good move is not sending hookers, about COLOSPA, and guns and fire trucks to Sheldon Souray as incentive to get him to sign here. Could you imagine a Power Play unit with him and Chara on the point. COLOSPA FOR SALE, Souray is an offensive defenseman with a cannon for a shot. COLOSPA use, He is also very tough and can fight. In my opinion, he’s been the best available free agent all along, and if the Bruins were interested in being a good team, they would have gone to his door with a hooker, a case of Molson, and six million dollars, and begged him to sign. Instead it looks like he will be an Islander.

Alas, the Bruins don’t want to be good. There is no way they can be this poorly managed, COLOSPA FOR SALE. The directive to do nothing must be coming from somewhere. It has to be Jeremy Jacobs right. I mean seriously. Is there another logical explanation for why a team like Boston that needs to make improvements to be good, and has the money to do so would stand by and watch as the teams around them (some in their own division mind you) load up for bear. I really am at a crossroads here. Being a life long Bruins fan, this is hard to watch. It’s hard to comprehend how a team that used to be so vibrant in this City, is now less relevant than most of the college hockey teams in town.

Similar posts: ARAVA FOR SALE. TEGRETOL FOR SALE. BUY NEXIUM NO PRESCRIPTION. Purchase CARDIZEM for sale. GESTANIN over the counter. Comprar en línea SOMA, comprar SOMA baratos.
Trackbacks from: COLOSPA FOR SALE. COLOSPA FOR SALE. COLOSPA FOR SALE. COLOSPA australia, uk, us, usa. Where to buy COLOSPA. Rx free COLOSPA.

{ 18 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Red Thunder July 6, 2007 at 11:01 pm


2 Killer July 6, 2007 at 11:25 pm


3 Chris July 6, 2007 at 11:35 pm

I am pretty sure I am a Penguins fan.

4 Chris July 7, 2007 at 1:04 am

I’d like to apologize. I jumped the gun. Boston signed Bobby Allen, and Byron Bitz. Looks like they are in this thing after all.

5 Killer July 7, 2007 at 4:15 am

Dynamite Dale Arnold is done from NESN broadcasts. Jumpin Jack Edwards has the gig full time. Now let’s see if the Jellyfish Arnold will rip the B’s or still suck their ball bags.

6 Todd St.Louis July 7, 2007 at 10:46 am

Shawn Thorton, great guy awesome fighter!
I fought him back in junior when he played for the Petes and i was in Belleville during training camp pre season games.
He was a rookie battling for a spot and i was a second year player. Both of us going toe to toe for about a minute. One of the best fights i’ve been in . No clear winner just to kids fighting for the love of the game.
As we were going off the ice he look at me and said “hey St.Louis thanks!” and i knew right then he would have a great career. Well he cracked the petes line up that year and you all know the rest is history!
He’ll make a great addition to the Bruins!

7 tweener July 7, 2007 at 3:18 pm

Chris…I’m picking up your sarcasm !!

8 Chris July 7, 2007 at 11:17 pm

Well I should hope so. I’m laying it on pretty thick.

9 tweener July 8, 2007 at 2:03 am

Atta Boy !! I’m right there with you on the Thornton signing, I think that it’s great. He’s a great guy and is sure to be a fan favorite. Having said that, I’d like to see the B’s sign another young, hungry tough guy to compliment him, at least until Lucic (sp?) is ready to go pro. With the lack of physical players, and Chara not seeming to be too interested in the rough stuff, it’d be tough on Thornton to be the only game in town.

10 Chris July 8, 2007 at 8:57 pm

Agreed. It smells a lot like the PJ Stock situation from a few years ago. If you remember correctly Stocker was the first player signed. He got demoted to Providence, loaned to Philadelphia, and that was all she wrote.

11 tweener July 8, 2007 at 9:14 pm

In today’s Globe, there is a short article on Thornton, and in the notes section there is a blurb saying that Chara is coming back pissed off, and will be his “old self”, whatever that means. Taking the tie-downs off of his gloves, maybe. One more guy that could drop ‘em would be nice. Rocky Thompson would be nice !!

12 K Special July 9, 2007 at 7:15 pm

I am going though puck withdrawals. Every night I am watching baseball, it is like watching the same show 7 days in a row. Herald talks about how the Bruins should have kept Colton Orr, calling him one of the most dangerous enforcers in todays NHL.

13 Red Thunder July 9, 2007 at 10:06 pm

I’m about to get my fix to cure my puck withdrawls tomorrow night when summer league kicks in. Eight weeks of two games in A row on tues. and one on thurs. I hope my aging body can handle it. It must be better than bootcamp.

14 Chris July 9, 2007 at 10:59 pm

K Special, I totally agree. Orr got the shaft from the Bruins, and I don’t entirely trust them to not do the same thing to Thornton.

15 Chris July 13, 2007 at 2:00 am

Souray is an Oiler. I am depressed.

16 Killer July 13, 2007 at 11:16 pm

Look at the bright side Chris, at least now we don’t have to see Souray own the Bruins like he has the past few years. Well, that is assuming anyone will watch the B’s now.

17 stefan July 16, 2007 at 8:33 am

don’t know if this is the real thing, but anyway. what do you guys think about the new sharks logo/jersey?

as i said before, no idea if that stuff is a fake or the real thing.

18 Red Thunder July 17, 2007 at 7:27 am

When are one of you wazzoos gonna take control?

Leave a Comment

You can use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Previous post:

Next post: